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to us. but as of now, no, we haven't. >> reporter: the public defender says there are at least eight drug cases in the county that could be impacted by these arrests. one of those cases goes to court tomorrow. and the public defender may ask to have those charges dropped against the man because that case may be tainted. >> thank you. >>> the san francisco public defender's office has released another surveillance video in its review of drug busts by plain-clothed officers. the video showing a man in a distinctive dark jacket entering the henry hotel south of market. officers said they observed that man with drugs in his jacket. according to the police report the drugs were found in the man's white and tan jacket. >> really demonstrating something we've been concerned about for a long time which is this culture of what i am going to call lawlessness on the part of the police where they indiscriminately write the facts that they want to justify their arrest. and they don't worry about it. >> the charges were later dismissed because of a discrepancy. the san francisco police plain cloth
their money. >> horrible public policy. it is that is catered to this industry to make it hard for us to operate on. >> reporter: the new tax was authorized by measure u which was approved by san jose voters last november. the current sales tax for all businesses is nine and a quarter percent. but cannabis clubs will be taxed an additional 7% on the gross receipts for a total tax of 15 .25%. >> that rate would definitely have to be something that was pushed on to the members. >> that could be some substantial revenue. >> reporter: san jose councilman suggested the city consider the tax and says it could help with the projected $110 million deficit. >> this was fiscal regular lallation of medical cannabis collectives, one by requiring financial audits. two by implying or implementing a 7% grows receipts tax. that revenue then would be used to pay for the city services. >> david gearhart is a user of medical marijuana and he says the new tax could push some business away from legitimate providers. >> it makes the people who aren't selling the medicine legally better providers. at least
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